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Google will now tell us when 'Homeland' is on next, and Twitter was almost named 'Friendstalker.'

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Sara Boboltz on October 10, 2013. @sara_bee

Googling your TV shows returns episode air dates now. The Next Web

Brooks Brothers will open a large steakhouse in New York City because it can. Racked

Twitter was almost called ‘Friendstalker,’ but that was “too creepy” for some reason. Business Insider

Comcast partners with Twitter to introduce ‘like’-esque ‘See It’ button. Variety

GE and AT&T partner to equip engines and mechanics with wi-fi. All Things D

Pinners can now save articles alongside their albums of images. The Guardian

Grand Theft Auto V breaks seven Guinness World Records. Wired

World’s fastest computer said to operate like a human brain. Mashable

New federal healthcare site faces concerning technical difficulties. NPR

Samsung unveils Galaxy Round smartphone, which is rounded. Duh. Techland

Microsoft pays Aussie hacker $100k for exposing security loopholes. The Sydney Morning Herald

Journalist discovers that Escalades are no longer popular with rappers. Jalopnik

Foursquare begins sending proactive recommendations to select users. The Next Web

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